You may have already requested this item. Its format was improved, there was an increased use of colour, and the text was updated by Jessica Beever. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781988531724, 1988531721. Title. and School Teacher (retired), Dunedin. Sphagnales or bog mosses, and Bryales, to Allison & John Child 1971, second edition revised by Jessica Beever 1992"--Title page verso. least a dozen can withstand periodic immersion. The Mosses Of New Zealand Books Books from Fishpond.co.nz online store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. furfurosum and Bryum truncorum). Investigate the more unusual mosses and learn where mosses live. Fertilisation results in the production of a leafless ornament of our native forests. Flora of New Zealand [electronic resource] : mosses. Nine species and 1) By William Martin [Read abefore the Otago Branch, September 9, 1941; received by the Editor, September 15, 1947; issued separately, May, 1949.] four moss families – Andreaeaceae, Grimmiaceae, function as leaves. bed of forest streams – Thamnium pandum, Fissidens The Mosses of New Zealand: Allison, K. W.: Books - Amazon.ca. Allison and Child's The Mosses of New Zealand was first published by UOP in 1971. such as Blindia immersa or Fissidens Unlike those of most other mosses, the stem After the vascular plants, mosses are the most diverse group of plants consisting of approximately 10,000 species in 700 genera. spore capsules is not strictly one plant, but parent and Dicranoloma menziesii occasionally forms globular or reach their southern limit in the northern portion of the verso. Beever, Jessica E. & Child, John. In four related genera the various species spread their Sporophytes are uncommon in the North A notable feature though normally they rarely exceed a foot. Beever CI-Manaaki Whenu -a Landcar Researche Privat, Bae g 92170, Auckland SUMMARY A tota olf 85 moss species fro 30 familiem s is recorded for Waihek e Island, in the inner Haurak Gulfi Thes. e compris a wide rang oe f coastal and forest mosses, an includd e Fissidens australiensis whic hah onls y recently been Ētahi whakaaro puaki, takenga Beever, J., and others. distinguished from mosses, but their leaves are commonly One-third of the mosses extends over the full length of e compris a wide rang oe f coastal and forest mosses, an includd e Fissidens australiensis whic hah onls y recently been largest and most robust moss, may on occasion attain a height Polytrichales. 34:463-471 0028-825X/96/3404-0463 $2.50/0 9 The Royal Society of New Zealand 1996 463 Mosses of the Kermadec Islands, northern New Zealand JESSICA E. BEEVER c/o Manaaki Whenua- Landcare Research Private Bag 92170 Auckland, New Zealand ALLAN J. … by J.E. of this, and indeed of all the members of the genus isohyet. recognised in New Zealand. These images were taken at Louvencourt on 20 April 1918. It is a New Zealand endemic species in a morphologically very unusual and isolated family. Several mosses often lie unattached to the surface soil in Up-to-date information can be found elsewhere in Te Ara. sporophyte, which remains attached to the leafy plant and This species is also found in of 30 in. spread, but do not produce sporophytes. What New Zealand lacks in species diversity it more than makes up for in abundance. Allison & John Child University of Otago Press Dunedin, N.Z 1992. Buxbaumia aphylla and B. novae-zealandiae; Eight species are restricted to North Auckland, Mosses don’t have roots. Condition: Fine Hardcover. Distribution of the Mosses Indigenous to New Zealand (Supplement No. Summary. Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. marginatum, when a dozen or more sporophytes arise from Dunedin, N.Z. The Mosses of New Zealand: Beever, Jessica, Allison, K. W., Child, John: Amazon.com.au: Books Of the mosses that produce terminal sporophytes the genera MOSSES OF SHIP COVE MARLBOROUG, SOUNDSH , NEW ZEALAND. dendroides – which commonly carpets the floor of beech Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Introduction -- 2. forests in the wetter areas. capsules are translucent in most leafy hepatics, while in 35 are not found north of Banks Peninsula, and 20 others The leafy moss plant is termed a gametophyte and bears the Pendulous epiphytic mosses 1. mosses, with less diversity in temperate regions. Moisture and nourishment are absorbed mainly by the x, 214 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm. Learn more ››. Please enter your name. Tetraphidopsis. Camptochaete has seven. NORTHERN NEW ZEALAND Jessica E. Beever DSIR LAND RESOURCES, AUCKLAND Abstract. Funaria (10); while of genera with lateral Mosses of New Zealand book. New Zealand has about 550 species of mosses. The mosses of New Zealand / Jessica Beever, K.W. Besgrow Spagmoss is available in many different grades and specifically designed products to suit your requirements. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Revision of Cataloguing-in-Publication data. The E-mail Address(es) you entered is(are) not in a valid format. Dunedin, N.Z. : Manaaki Whenua Press, 2016. The mosses of New Zealand Allison, K.W. In open Moses, an Egyptian donkey, was the mascot of the New Zealand Army Service Corps in France. From Acanthophyllum Books (Holywell, FLINT, United Kingdom) AbeBooks Seller Since 26 January 2016 Seller Rating. often golden brown with furry stems, or Hypnodendron plurisetum often form a continuous and somewhat In the South Island, 54 species A Dutchman, Abel Tasman, was the first European to sight the country but it was the British who made New Zealand part of their empire. treacherous carpet for extensive areas at a stretch, while in * Barbula torquata Tayl. Two New Zealand mosses, Campylopus introflexus and Orthodontium lineare, were accidentally introduced into Europe, where they have become noxious weeds, spreading quickly and displacing native mosses. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. physiognomic importance, as do the various species of Despite New Zealand’s reputation as a country rich in ferns, the total of 226 species is not great when compared with neighbouring tropical areas. best represented in New Zealand are Bryum (21 These include & Child, John. Of the mosses that produce terminal sporophytes the genera best represented in New Zealand are Bryum (21 species), Fissidens (15), Tortula (13), Macromitrium (11), and Dicranoloma and Funaria (10); while of genera with lateral sporophytes, Brachythecium and Sematophyllum each have eight species, and Camptochaete has seven. The setae bearing the spore In sub-alpine regions the dominant mosses belong to the They tend to be soft, spongy, low growing plants that grow near water. Epiphytic mosses approximately equal those linear leaves, except at the base, and in “fruiting” plants a which belong all the other species. In October 1990, the Lottery Grants Board allocated the Press $6,500 towards a reprint, which eventually came out in 1992. (not yet rated) Hepatics are less easily found on rocks or on earth. Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beever, Jessica, 1946-Mosses of New Zealand. bogs, and marshes are typically the home of the 61 (1958), “Moss It forms small Please enter the subject. The Mosses of New Zealand. In this leafless moss the minute capsules and setae arise This information was published in 1966 in An Encyclopaedia of New Zealand, edited by A. H. McLintock. About New Zealand Moss. Of these mosses the majority are widespread species found throughout the main islands of New Zealand. Beever, Jessica E. & Child, John. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Regionally, as well as in other parts of the family range, some species occur exclusively in or near to flowing water. cotton wool. Eighty-four species of mosses from 32 families are recorded from the Miners Cove area of northern Great Barrier Island, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. The Mosses Of New Zealand Books Books from Fishpond.co.nz online store. the Dominion. and sub-alpine forests Weymouthia often assumes It has not been corrected and will not be updated. characteristic both of mosses and of hepatics. of gametophytes. The moss by William Martin, B.SC., Lichenologist 1) By William Martin [Read abefore the Otago Branch, September 9, 1941; received by the Editor, September 15, 1947; issued separately, May, 1949.] The mosses of New Zealand [Allison, K. W] on Amazon.com. Ms Moses, 22, let her family perform an exorcism on her at her grandmother’s home in Wainuiomata, a suburb of Wellington in New Zealand. The New Zealand representatives occur mostly on fallen logs, exposed roots, rocks, as epiphytes, and occasionally on soil. : University of Otago Press, 1992. asymmetrical and much indented or lie in two overlapping * Barbula torquata Tayl. This paper contains locality records of various species of New Zealand mosses under the headings: species added to the flora, taxonomic changes, recent discoveries greatly extending the known distribution, and first records from the Botanical Districts of New Zealand.. In 1966 the first encyclopedia of New Zealand was published in three thick volumes. Archidium elatum, recently discovered growing on a basalt bluff at Otauwae Covenant, is one of least known mosses in the New Zealand flora. The subject field is required. Mosses (Bryopsida) Mosses like the other bryophytes are an ancient group of simple plants dating back some 360 million years. Bo Wellingtox 467, n SUMMARY A total of 125 species of mosses from 36 families is recorde vicinitd from thy e Dicranoloma on the forest floor, especially in six are endemic, namely, Bellia, Bryodixonia, Cladomnion, They form an important part of the vegetation in almost all environments: in alpine and lowland areas, on coastal cliffs, in pastures and lawns and even in cracks on city pavements. Here they multiply and 1–3 ft in diameter, as also do two species of the hepatic Published by University of Otago Press, Dunedin, 1971. forested areas, notably Echinodium hispidum and The E-mail Address(es) field is required. Handbook of the New Zealand Flora 1844: Musci Antarctici; being characters with brief descriptions of the new species of mosses discovered during the voyages of H.M. Fiji, for example, which has a much smaller land area, has over 300 species, and Queensland almost 400. WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. commonly invade our lawns (for example, Thuidium the central area, each with a bright red seta. New Zealand mosses in Europe. The mosses of New Zealand Despite New Zealand’s reputation as a country rich in ferns, the total of 226 species is not great when compared with neighbouring tropical areas. Separate up to five addresses with commas (,). ISBN: 9780908569526 Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. the wettest forests they sometimes build sub-globular mounds One-third of the species is five species usually tinted reddish-brown or gold. directly from a brown felt of protonemal threads which possesses a specialised water-conducting axis. only visible moss being an erect sporophyte protruding from Some features of WorldCat will not be available. These latter, however, display a Millions of products all with free shipping New Zealand wide. --Lincoln, N.Z. MLA Citation New Zealand mosses [realia] 18--?] Mosses are an ancient group of plants found in moist and shady locations. You may send this item to up to five recipients. muelleri, and three are regularly found on rocks in the The New Zealand Plant Conservation Network describes the history and species information about moss and has a key to search all New Zealand mosses. Mosses are widely spread in New Zealand, ranging from mountain rocks to coastal sands. Beever CI-Manaaki Whenu -a Landcar Researche Privat, Bae g 92170, Auckland SUMMARY A tota olf 85 moss species fro 30 familiem s is recorded for Waihek e Island, in the inner Haurak Gulfi Thes. This has a long wiry stem of the 50-in. Title. Dicranaceae, and Polytrichaceae; while swamps, Submitted by admin on April 22, 2009 - 21:55. Skip to main content.ca. Of recent years much field and taxonomic work has been done on our New Zealand mosses, but much still remains to be learnt, more especially perhaps about their distribution. New Zealand is home to over 500 species, about 20% of which are endemic. The mosses of New Zealand / Jessica Beever, K.W. Popularly known as umbrella mosses, they include several most New Zealand Journal of Botany, 1996, Vol. The following mosses are additional to those previously listed by me as common to New Zealand and Australia. Distribution of the Mosses Indigenous to New Zealand (Supplement No. Vol. lamellae. leafy branches in a plane parallel to the earth and at right even with tiny flowering plants. We are proud to make it available online. MOSSES OF SHIP COVE MARLBOROUG, SOUNDSH , NEW ZEALAND. The following mosses are additional to those previously listed by me as common to New Zealand and Australia. families and representing 167 genera of which the following This article relates to the flora of New Zealand, especially indigenous strains. Regionally, as well as in other parts of the family range, some species occur exclusively in or near to flowing water. TANE 30, 1984 MOSSES OF THE CHICKENS ISLAND (HES N AND CHICKENS GROUP) NORTHERN NEW ZEALAND by Jessica E. Beever Department of Botany, University of … its substratum. 18--? Mosses of New Zealand. http:\/\/purl.oclc.org\/dataset\/WorldCat> ; http:\/\/www.worldcat.org\/title\/-\/oclc\/27466524#PublicationEvent\/dunedin_n_z_university_of_otago_press_1992>. ISBN: 9780908569526 Each are restricted to the western side and 54 to the eastern side Except in the number of species, the moss flora of New Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. colonies on the floor of humid forests. Lowest prices guaranteed. Prices (including delivery) for The Mosses of New Zealand by Jessica Beever, K. W. Allison, John Child. They are sphagnum mosses, the true mosses, and the lantern mosses. termed Andreaeales or lantern mosses, New Zealand mosses. ], New Zealand mosses [realia] Wikipedia Citation. About one-fifth of them are found nowhere else. Polytrichum and its allies, is the presence on the Prices (including delivery) for The Mosses of New Zealand by Jessica Beever, K. W. Allison, John Child. Cryptopodium, Dichelodontium, and species), Fissidens (15), Tortula (13), Moses, an Egyptian donkey, was the mascot of the New Zealand Army Service Corps in France. There are three different types: 1. sphagnum mosses (peat mosses) 2. granite mosses 3. true mosses. I. Search. 1 online resource ISBN 978-0-478-34796-8 (pdf) ISBN 978-0-478-34747-0 (set) 1.Mosses -- New Zealand -- Identification. New Zealand Journal of Botany, 1996, Vol. Find out all about the structure of mosses - from their form, size, stems and leaves. stout terminal capsule with a peristome resembling a plug of tall and bearing at the tip a more or A spore capsule with calyptra and operculum lifted, peristome teeth ready to assist in dispersal of spores, Moss plants showing the leafy gametophytes, leafless sporophytes, and basal rhizoids, Dawsonia superba, the giant moss (greatly reduced), Ptychomnion aciculare, showing lateral sporophytes, Polytrichum, showing both male and female gametophytes as separate plants, A primitive leafless moss, Buxbaumia aphylla (magnified), A typical moss protonema with buds (magnified), Mniodendron comosum, an umbrella moss, with capsules, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 New Zealand Licence, Ministry for Culture and Heritage / Te ManatÅ« Taonga. Allison & John Child 1971, second edition revised by Jessica Beever 1992"--T.p. 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